The BIBF signed an MOU with drie, a British company focused on helping organisations to build secure services on the cloud. drie has just opened an office in Bahrain from which it will serve the wider GCC. The MOU was signed by Dr. Ahmed AlShaikh, the Director of the BIBF and Mr. Jeremy Suarez the COO of drie, to collaborate in offering specialised IT Training courses that are pertinent to the current market needs.
Given the growth of cloud computing, this signing is particularly momentous as it focuses on delivering cloud related trainings to the public amongst many other specialised IT related courses. drie, with over 40 years of combined experience, specialising in DevOps, infrastructure, continuous delivery / integration and cloud are providing their expertise to the Kingdom in the form of various training courses and advisory services.
Commenting on the partnership, the Head of Operations, IT and Project Management Mr. Ahmed Naeemi said: “To keep up with the technological advancements and the market demand, our goal is to collaborate with different experts to offer specialised training programmes tailored to developing specific IT skills and competencies.”
The Chief Commercial Officer of drie, Mrs. Ulrike Eder added: “We are pleased to collaborate with the BIBF to assist their clients with their specific requirements through our experts and professionals from the field. We offer various cloud related training programmes and consultancy services.”